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Democracy Now! Monday, January 5, 2004


Published January 5, 2004


Headlines
U.S. Fires At Reuters Reporters After Helicopter Downed
32 Iraqis Detained, Arms Found in Baghdad Mosque Raid
U.S. Prepares Iraq Handover Of Power By June
U.S. Backs Idea of Semi-Autonomous Kurdish Region
Report: UK Troops Beat Iraqi Detainee to Death
James Baker To Seek Iraq Debt Relief in Middle East
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Democratic Contenders Debate As Iowa Caucus Looms
With the first presidential contest of 2004 just two weeks away, Democratic presidential contenders engaged in two-hour televised debate in Iowa where the first votes will be cast in the Iowa caucuses on Jan. 19. We hear an excerpt of the debate with the candidates discussing trade issues.

Superpower Syndrome: America's Apocalyptic Confrontation With The World
We speak with author and psychiatry professor Robert Jay Lifton who says, Superpower syndrome really means an American sense of entitlement to rule the world because its the strongest power in the world.

"This War Has Unleashed The Freedom For Political Islam To Oppress Women" - Leading Iraqi Feminist Yanar Mohammed Dicusses the Invasion and Occupation of Iraq
We hear part 2 of our conversation with Yanar Mohammed, a leading figure of womens struggle in Iraq. She is one of the founding members of the Organization of Womens Freedom in Iraq and Editor-in-Chief of the newspaper Al-Mousawat.


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